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Author Archives: Chinh Pham
For the longest time I struggled with being happy and content because I didn’t think I was thin, rich, or successful enough. r
One of the most painful ordeals we face in life is heartache from loss of love. Though this is the case, the Universe throws this challenge and others our way so that we can heal certain aspects of our soul. Maybe we have insecurities around our body and need to work on our self-acceptance and self-love, or maybe we have fears around rejection and failure that need to be overcome, or perhaps we need to learn how to better care for ourselves during these difficult times. Whatever the reasons are for why you are experiencing these hardships, you are not alone and you will make it through. r
We all have voices in our head that create an internal dialogue that drive us a little crazy. These voices are collectively called our “ego”. Sometimes our ego helps us by warning us of danger. More often than not though, our ego stifles our growth and progress through its incessant negative and disparaging comments. It often puts us down, tells us we’re not good enough, says we’re incapable of doing something or being someone, and reinforces our fears and self-doubt. The end result? Total paralysis or feeling “stuck” so we can never really move forward with our lives or go after our dreams. This article will show you how to put your ego in its place so you can finally step into the incredible person you were born to be! r
I believe everyone knows what they want to do in their life. This includes you! However, you may not be consciously aware of your purpose because of the little voice in your head: your “ego”. Your ego suppresses your ability to fulfill your purpose because it fuels feelings of self-doubt, self-limiting beliefs, and paralyzing fears that prevent you from taking action. Thus, deep down you know what you were born to do and this article will help you figure it out by bringing it to your awareness. r
First, let me state my definition of a toxic person- A person who complains and dumps their problems on you but doesn’t do anything to change their situation. Someone who is not supportive. Someone who makes you feel badly about yourself. Someone who shoots down your bright ideas, big goals, or bold (and risky) decisions. r